PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle here has found another new flight path. With a 14,000-square-foot Giant Eagle Express store and 16 fuel pumps, the retailer has created a format geared to the lives of busy consumers. The store, which replaces an older supermarket in Harmar Township, Pa., outside of Pittsburgh, opened earlier this month and is seen by some as an industry first. Reported earlier this year during the planning stages, the store is remarkable as much for its size and fuel offering as ...

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